1969 Mustang Body Kits
Want to give your Mustang the same aggressive appearance and aerodynamic performance that has helped the Ford Racing team dominate tracks all over the world? Our selection of 1969 Mustang body kits gives you the ability to transform your stock car into a hardened race machine. Adding a body kit to your car doesn’t have to mean a major change to its appearance. For example, the chin spoiler you might find on a Boss 302 is available from California Pony Cars. This molded black plastic piece will attach using factory mounting points and requires no painting to look great. Looking for a more comprehensive approach? Many of the kits we carry include four or more pieces, allowing you to add ground effects on all sides of your car.
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1969 Body Kits
Ground Effects You’ll Find in a 1969 Mustang Body KitBefore installing a body kit on your car, consider how aggressively you want to change its appearance, which body panels you want to add ground effects to and what price point you want to stay under. Many of the same body kit components that go into creating the packages you’ll see below can also be purchased as single pieces. Some of the most common parts you’ll find in our 1969 Mustang body kits include:
• Front Aprons: These pieces go by several names, including front fascia, air dams, chin spoiler and lip spoiler. While there can be differences in how far up the car’s front end you can apply the new pieces — a chin spoiler typically attaches at the bottom of your car’s front fascia — they all transform the appearance of your pony car. Designs for these pieces are typically intended to direct air into the engine bay and downwards around the car. If you’re planning to make an upgrade to your car’s front end, make sure to check and see if it will work with any fog lights you have installed.
• Side Skirts: These parts appear in some but not all of our 1969 Mustang body kits. They are designed to extend the side panels of your car’s body closer to the ground and continue the flow of air around the car from the splitter or air dam at the car’s nose.
• Fenders: If your car uses oversized tires to generate more traction, the size of the stock fender becomes a limiting factor in the width of tire you can mount. The rounded shape of these fenders directs airflow from the side of the car around the tires to reduce drag.
• Rear Fascia: A few of our 1969 Mustang body kits include a rear fascia. Not to be confused with a spoiler, this piece extends from your car’s taillights down to the ground. Its purpose is to smoothen the flow of air that comes off your car’s roof and sides, helping it leave the car without swirling and generating lift.
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